Night Pajama

Night Pajama

A Poem by Mbali


He wears her,
like night pajamas
Only at night
No one can see it
Stays closed doors
No one can see her
If ever seen with her
No introduction made
Just strings on the waist
No belt needed 
To hold it in place
She wont slide out
Not good enough
To wear it in public
Not pretty she is
She is always  at home
No iron needed to please her
She is not for consumption
she is  wrinkled every where
She is only worn at home
She is hidden behind doors
In the cabinet no one can open
Behind invisible curtains
In lies is where she dwells 
She is no good to see
The truth will come through
She will know who she is
The night pajama indeed


© 2011 Mbali

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Added on March 6, 2011
Last Updated on April 1, 2011



Columbus, OH

misunderstood, mistreated, mistaken, underestimated, second guessed, miss no good for nothing, never succeeded to secure her own nest, still building a new one, so complicated, dream high, giving hear.. more..